40-Day Challenge Day 5

Your holiday blueprint should be built around your calendar. It will assist you in managing your time and your holiday spending plan, and all other your resources. Consider posting a large calendar in the kitchen or another place where every family member sees it, then make it colorful and fun.

Listen …

Have you ever doubled-booked yourself? It’s embarrassing, frustrating, if not worse. Example: You invite guests to a dinner party for the same evening as the Christmas Concert you’ve rehearsed for months. OK, so that’s extreme but let’s say I have experience in these things. Of course, I can keep a calendar in my head! (Do not believe it.)

With so many activities this time of year, keeping everything in writing and right out there in plain view where all involved can see it will absorb a lot of stress for all of you. A simple keeps us on constant notice that time flies by helping to cut that sausage into smaller pieces.

If you’re just joining us …. here are links to previous days’ challenges:

Into, Day 1Day 2Day 3Day 4

 

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